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attacks: it is the deadliest assault on india's financial capital since november of 2008. that's when militants killed more than 166 people in a three day rampage. the national correspondent catherine herridge works intelligence for us. she is live in our d.c. newsroom. what else do we know about today's bombings? >> u.s. officials are watching and waiting tonight for claim of responsibility but none has materialized. these officials describe the attack as, quote, coordinated and hall marks of sophisticated operation. senator with intelligence background says the mujahideen is suspect but tells fox the group is poorly organized and probably had outside help, probably from pakistani intelligence. >> but with the dramatic attack like, this obviously coordinated over three locations, it took money and it took planning. that always raises the spector of the isi in pakistan. >> still photos seem to confirm early reports that the plot relied on improvised explosive devices or ied's plabilitied in parked cars. an attack often associated with afghanistan, iraq and pakistan. but, again tonight
are offering about half that. >>> india. heavy rains triggering floods in more than 100 villages in the east. many rivers in the region overflowing. one villager says workers built a dam but that it did not help the situation. local reports indicate the area was suffering from extreme drought right before the rains hit. authorities say they are trying to protect other area from the high water. china. a deluge in a northwest province creating waterfalls that are now attracting lots of onlooker jses. it has been raining heavily in the area since friday. the flooding expected to last another few day. meanwhile, visitors can get nice paragraphs of the scene. that is a wrap on this fox trip around the world in 80 seconds. >>> government officials in india making a new discovery beneath a centuries old temple. worth an unofficial $22 billion. the government now stepping up security at that temple. investigators recently opened four vaults that have been sealed for more than 100 year is. inside they found statues of gods made of solid gold and studded with precious stones. some social activists say
of the rats and roaches. in india, the pests are little larger. wildlife workers shooting at a leopard that mauled 11 people in the eastern part of that country. the leopard clearly not keen on being captured. understandably considering people had been attacking it with knives and stones and batons. here you can see it actually leaping on to a man. in the end, the rangers tranquilized the cat, caught it in a net later it died. it is the mother of all countdowns. after 135 flights in 30 years, nasa's famed shuttle program is nearing its end. we are just ten hours away from seeing shuttle atlantis returning to the earth for the final time. all four astronauts checked flight systems and even cent a small satellite into space. atlantis is to retire for good once it returns and is set to transition from shuttle to museum showpiece. phil keating live at kennedy space center. two landing opportunities i guess for at la atlantis tomorw morning, right. phil? >> and the weather looks favorable for both. that would mean a final florida landing ending an era as the space shuttle atlantis comes bac
the first modern recorded use of fingerprints. it happened in india. when a british magistrate began using fingerprints as a scare tactics for important documents. the idea folks would be less likely to lie about their signatures if it came along with a print. the plan apparently worked. but it would take more than three decades for fingerprints to make the jump to criminal justice. in fact, police in argentina were the first to use fingerprints as a way to solve crimes. these days we still use prints as well as d.n.a. and eye scans and all the rest for i.d. the ink first pit hit the paper 35 years ago today. here is what is really happening. what's really happening is speaker boehner is worried because he needs to pass this bill. not that it's going to ever do anything. it won't. it won't happen in the senate. he needs to pass something. so they are twisting arms. oh to be a fly on the wall as the whip is trying to get these votes. then there is the senate. their vote will be next. it won't pass either. then a plan c comes together, it will be some sort of combination of the two plans wit
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